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Chord Geometry Chords In Trigonometry

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Trigonometry: Chords, Arcs and Angles
Hipparchus' trigonometry was based on the chord subtending a given arc in a circle Figure 3: This figure shows the geometry for which chord crd(α) = sin(α).
Two Theorems from Geometry
Two Theorems from Geometry the same chord are equal (this is Proposition 21 of Euclid; see fig.
Commercial Mathematics ,Geometry, Mensuration ,Trigonometry and Statistics . . Perpendicular drawn from the centre of a circle to a chord bisects the chord.
A New Perspective on Numerical Trigonometric Approximations
connections to other fields, such as logistics, and rational trigonometry. ≤ ±. ≤.

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Chord (geometry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first known trigonometric table, compiled by Hipparchus, tabulated the value of the chord function for every 7.
As used in mathematics, the word chord refers to a straight line drawn between two points on a circle The known first trigonometric table was a table of chords.
Dave's short course in trigonometry
Trigonometry: Chords, Arcs and Angles
Hipparchus' trigonometry was based on the chord subtending a given arc in a circle Figure 3: This figure shows the geometry for which chord crd(α) = sin(α).
Geometry: Circles - Math for Morons Like Us
Given: Circle R is congruent to circle S. Chord AB = 8. RM = SN.

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